Welcome to Oak
Oak is currently running on a Dell PowerEdge 2450 with Microsoft Windows Server 2003. It is maintained by the Microsoft Enterprise Networked Systems Administration group at Northern Arizona University's Information Technology Services department.
Oak's mission is to provide individual webspace for NAU's staff and faculty. We currently offer 75MB disk quotas and full Microsoft FrontPage, ASP, and ASP.NET web development environments. We also offer FTP access for those using non-Microsoft development tools like Macromedia DreamWeaver. Disk quotas can be increased on a case-by-case basis if the extra space will be used to support academic instruction or other University business.
To obtain webspace on Oak you must be a current staff or faculty member at NAU and should already have an NAU-domain account. If you meet these requirements you can build yourself a subweb by visiting the subweb self-subscription site.
- Build an Oak subweb now!
- Using Oak Tutorial
- Information Technology Services
- Web Usage Statistics for Oak
- See a complete list of Oak sites
Materials presented on these pages reflect solely the opinions of the individuals, and do not necessarily reflect those of Northern Arizona University. Note that accounts may not be used for commercial purposes; NAU enforces policies regarding the use of offensive material. Email comments or complaints to email@example.com.
Did you know?
Oak trees can start producing acorns when they are 20 years old but can go all the way to 50 years before their first production. Acorn production varies from year to year and is generally proportional to the size of the canopy.